Self-Help Book: A Journey to Emotional Healing by Garry A. Flint, Ph.D.
|Self-Help Book Review: Emotional Freedom by Garry A. Flint, Ph.D.|
Many people are locked into different types of emotional dramas in their lives making it very difficult to enjoy life. They are prisoners of the past bad experiences and the agonies which ensued. These psychological problems have a subconscious way of creeping into people's every day life and creating anxiety disorders, obsessive behavior, over eating, depression, fear of the unknown, etc.
Emotional Freedom by Dr. Garry A. Flint is a book designed to free people from such emotional prisons so they can enjoy life without continuously carrying the burden of emotional traumas of the past. The book teaches an effective method that enables people to reduce and remove painful emotions, memories, intrusions, nightmares, additive behaviors and other chronic symptoms.
Dr. Flint's Self-Help book relates a powerful and most effective therapy techniques to be used by people going through emotional distress and physical pains. This book is a journey to emotional freedom -- leading to the healing ground.
Review by OUTCRY Magazine, Lara Publications
From the Back Cover
"Dr. Garry Flint an experienced clinician who has integrated a broad spectrum of processes from the emerging disciple of energy medicine.
Emotional Freedom is an important bridge into a new paradigm that can treat traumatic stress and a host of psychological problems and chronic illnesses in a relatively brief time. More importantly, these easy-to-learn techniques are non-invasive and can be taught to empower patients so they can become more responsible for their health and wellness."
Lee Pulos, Ph.D. AbPB, Author of Mentally Fit Forever and The Power of Visualization
Flint's book clearly presents a treatment approach ("change technique") that has great promise. We have been using many elements of this approach since 1994. It is simple, safe and easy, and the client can sense near immediate relief of at least some symptoms. Emotional Freedom is detailed enough to teach therapists and it is simple and safe enough for the average person.
Charles Figley, Ph.D. Professor and Director, Florida State University Traumatology Institute, Tallahassee, Florida.